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DAY TWO OF THE PIPE MASTERS:EPIC



BANZAI PIPELINE, Oahu/Hawaii (Friday, December 9, 2011) – The Billabong Pipe Masters in Memory of Andy Irons ran for the second consecutive day in firing 10-foot (3-4 metre) Pipeline and today’s action saw local talent John John Florence (HAW), 19, post the event’s highest scores while the contest’s Quarterfinalists were decided.The final stop on the 2011 ASP World Title Series, the Billabong Pipe Masters also marks the final jewel of the prestigious Vans Triple Crown.
John John Florence, current leader on the Vans Triple Crown ratings, further asserted his dominance among the field today, securing both the event’s highest heat-total of a near perfect 19.10, out of 20, in Round 3 and eventually went on to seal his second 10-point ride in Round 4.

   

DAY ONE:THE BIGGEST PIPELINE MASTERS IN HISTORY


VIDEO OF EVERY HEAT HERE
REVOLUTIONARY HEAT ANALYZER HERE
Thursday December 8, 2011. Billabong Pipe Masters in Memory of Andy Irons, Banzai Pipeline, North Shore, Oahu, Hawaii.Evan Valiere (Kauai, Hawaii) (pictured) advanced into Round 3 of the Billabong Pipeline Masters in Memory of Andy Irons at the Banzai Pipeline today.Valiere posted two of Top 5 single wave scores in the first day of competition. In Round 1 he defeated Fred Patacchia (HAW) with a heat total of 18.16 (out of a possible 20.00) which included a near perfect single wave score of 9.33 (out of a possible 10.00). In Round 2 Valiere defeated Miguel Pupo (BRA) with a heat total of 13.60 (out of a possible 20.00) which included a near perfect 9.43 (out of a possible 10.00).
   

Kelly Slater, Carissa Moore, and Year Zero took home top honors last night at the 41st annual SURFER Poll Awards



Carissa Moore © Surfer / Ellis

Surfer Poll Awards

Top 10 men, top 5 women, best movie and more named at annual event

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 7 December, 2011 : - - Turtle Bay, Oahu -- Kelly Slater, Carissa Moore, and Year Zero took home top honors last night at the 41st annual SURFER Poll Awards presented by Samsung and Verizon Wireless. For the second year running, Turtle Bay on the North Shore of Oahu played host to the biggest night in surfing, where SURFER magazine honored the Top 10 men and Top 5 women—as voted by fans—as well as Movie of the Year, Best Barrel, Heavy Water, and other top videos and performances of 2011.

   

The best surf comics in the world


Surf comics are a great way of pumping a surfer's heart. Dream barrels are always possible when you see yourself in a surf comic strip. Fun, color, hilarious gags and unique pieces of surf culture history.

Surf comics are not very common in surf magazines. There are a lot of great strips with loads of famous surfing cathphrases, but they seem to be a little bit repetitive. Drawings are copied and pasted and then only the words change in text balloon and captions.Fortunately, there are very good surf comic authors adding creativity, humour, quality stories and perfectly designed panels and strips. Usually, surfing is in the center of the comics, but you can also beer drinking, surf shop buying and girl impressing stunts.

   

KIEREN PERROW WINS:THE BILLABONG PIPELINE MASTERS IN MEMORY OF ANDY IRONS



GO LIVE: KIEREN PERROW'S 20 year career and this is his 1st ASP Victory. The one every surfer wants! The peoples Champ! He was runner up last year but not this year! From Byron Bay Australia. 

The Billabong Pipe Masters, the final stop of the Vans Triple Crown and the final event of the ASP Men’s World Tour, is the perfect venue for the culmination of both series. An iconic and historic wave, the Banzai Pipeline is often referred to as the best wave on the planet. Known for its perfect, heaving top-to-bottom barrels and its close proximity to shore, not only is it the perfect wave for those willing to charge, but also for the spectators on the beach.

   

JOHN JOHN FLORENCE WINS WORLD CUP



Today was also a dream come true for the Vans family, who brought John and the Florences into the fold when he was eight years old. At that time they recognized a child with prodigious talent, a gentle nature, and a genuine appreciation for the ocean and the fortunate opportunities it represented.
A Cup Full of Dreams. John John Florence (Hawaii).Credit: ASP/Kirstin
"Vans has a long tradition of family, from the Van Dorens to the Florences, and John has been part of our family since he first learned to surf," said Doug Palladini, Vans' VP of Marketing. "We are so proud of what John accomplished today, what he has done to live up to his potential this year, and we marvel at the possible impact he will ultimately have on surfing beyond his 19th year."
   

BUSHMAN with Aloha Update



North Shore Shaper Jeff Bushman, Big Wave Gun Specialist

North Shore of Oahu is filled with a variety of options for purchasing a new surfboard. You can find a used one on craiglist or hunt one down at a surf shop. Personally, I like to go the custom route where you place an order with a local shaper and get exactly what you want.

Jeff Bushman has shaped several boards for me and he’s someone I put a lot of trust in. He takes the time to listen and always does his best. He’s been on the north shore building surfboards for over 30 years and has grown as a shaper with several generations of surfers. When you combine that experience with his passion for surfing and drive to understand surfboards, you get one of the best shapers in Hawaii.

   

8-12 Foot Sunset at the Vans World Cup. Dane nabs highest total



REYNOLDS ON POINT & OUTRAGEOUS
POSTS VANS WORLD CUP HIGHEST SCORES

HONOLULU (Dec. 1, 2011) -- When he's on, he's really on. Dane Reynolds (Ventura, CA) took a gnarly Sunset day by the horns today, and put on the show of the contest in the final heat of the Vans World Cup of Surfing's Round of 64. His turns were on point, his carves were outrageous.
Bombing 10- to 12-foot Sunset was a surfer's battlefield, claiming more than its share of high seeds. While many were prepared to push themselves to the edge to advance, Reynolds did what he always does: tunes into the beat of his own drum.
   

PERFECT 10 RIDES

 

Ten point rides are rare and when they happen the crowd out in the beach goes crazy. A perfect 10 is the ultimate surfing goal in competition. Surfers know than only a well selected wave and complete maneuvers will get the maximum score.

Perfect 10 wave rides require commitment, difficulty, combination of old and new school moves, innovative and progressive style, major maneuvers, variety, speed, power and flow. With all these variables you may decide to claim the ride.

If there's a ranking for the surfers who've had the most 10-point rides, then Kelly Slater would be on top. One of the best Perfect 10's in the history of surfing was scored in the 2010 Quiksilver Pro France.

Slater was battling a giant, windy and choppy ocean when a right-hander comes. He paddles for it, drops in and, a couple of seconds after he steps down from the first floor inside the huge barrel. The crowd can't believe and goes wild as Slater escapes the monster white water.

 

   

NORTH SHORE SURF FILM FESTIVAL


Supports Local and National Non Profits December 2nd, 3rd, and 4th

Nov 29, 2011 – Haleiwa, Hawaii The second annual North Shore Surf Film Festival strives to bring support and awareness to various national and local Hawaii non profits, during the three day Festival. Mauli Ola Foundation, North Shore Lifeguard Association, Rell Sunn Bronze Memorial and Guitars In The Classroom Hawaii will all be a part of the Festival and on site to share their vision.

   

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